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I got no Issues if you decide it gets out of hand.The more you reply, the more I want to close this thread. You still haven't posted art, but spend more time countering replies when the same things have been stated since you have decided to use this forum. You've been here for years, then it is no longer an excuse.
Stop it - stop replying, go post art.
If not for the fact this is Xopher's thread it would have been closed by now. You're spamming with arguments and if you're here to work on art, work on art.
EDIT: was a thread meant to help people not offend each member who decides I am preaching over my head or an argument about what is the right/wrong questions.
Last edited by Xopher; August 21st, 2012 at 01:38 PM.
You know what rude really is? Not being honest and straight up with someone. You have to have a sense of where someone is at in their development and try to get a feel for where they may not be seeing the path better...if they need to work on basic drawing skills they need to hear "draw more". Some will...most won't...but page after page, thread after thread won't change that.
Yeah Xopher. Sorry about the mess. Considering
shearing off all the other posts if you and the staff want me to.
Then again...some people did need to get a certain message.
Your thread did help bring that message across...
True, I guess people get to see all perspectives on these sort of things, basically what a forum is about.
I have never started so many arguments before except when I told rich kids parents their kids would grow up and do a fine arts degree (just for fun) instead of becoming lawyers, Guess I should get back to some sketching and get a sketchbook up, I was considering throwing some paint at the wall Jackson pollock style or drawing some abstract prostitutes just to start some more arguments about what is art nah Im enough trouble
Last edited by Xopher; August 21st, 2012 at 02:28 PM.